asylum deal: It's also an environment where people can share why they came to Canada and their hopes for the future narratives many at the centre feel are important to larger conversations about refugees and asylum seekers. ; One of them is Dennis, a 21-year-old who came to Toronto from an East African country in January 2017, according to National Observer. He doesn't provide his full name because of concerns about safety and the status of his refugee claim he says he's waiting for a hearing. The FCJ Refugee Centre is a place where those who've been accepted as refugees help others seeking asylum deal with all sorts of practical issues. But he wants to talk. They come to seek protection, he says. Refugees don't come because of the money in social assistance the government gives them. (www.immigrantscanada.com). As reported in the news.